Daily Topics - Thursday September 18th, 2014

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Be sure to check out our new video: CARBON
- narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

One night only!! Don't miss Thom & Dan Sisson, Co-authors - The American Revolution of 1800 - Busboys & Poets, 5th and K St. Location, Washington, DC this Sunday September 21st at 5pm ET

Get your tickets now for a special evening with Sami Yusuf (9/26 at 8pm) featuring music from Sami's new CD, The Centre - to benefit the Foundation for Traditional Studies - at The Strathmore in N. Bethesda, MD

Hour One: Black Ice...danger in the arctic - John Deans, Greenpeace USA

Hour Two: Actor/Activist Mimi Kennedy on the Iraq War - Mimi Kennedy, Progressive Democrats of America / Mom on CBS

Hour Three: How Jefferson rescued democracy - Dan Sisson, The American Revolution of 1800

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mathboy 7 years 18 weeks ago
#1

I propose we take Hamilton off the 10-dollar bill and put Madison on it. I just can't figure out what to put on the back that is associated with him, except maybe a facsimile of the preamble of the Constitution.

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cescindyf 7 years 18 weeks ago
#2

Lately, you've been talking about ISIS and John McCain helping to fund them, and telethons for ISIS. I cannot find any reputable news articles, or news on TV or anything. They mention John McCain, and the "thank god for the saudi's" etc. But it is more of an insinuation that he did it. Also, telethon doesn't really connect either. Do you have any better sources?

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